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Monday, January 25, 2021
3:00 PM – 4:00 PM

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promo image for news literacy week twitter chatParticipate in a live Twitter chat with Ebonee Rice, NLP’s vice president, Educator Network, and several of our NewsLit Nation ambassadors on at #NewsLiteracyWeek.

Educators, join us to learn more about how to bring news literacy to your classrooms, to feel part of a community and to hear from reporters about how news literacy fits into their jobs.

Open to anyone who wants to connect with NLP, educators and/or journalists.

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